Monday, November 23, 2020

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1WFmGVwmtU The Roundup hosted a virtual conversation with Chief Community Officer of CoAmerica Bank, Irv Ashford, to learn about his job and life during the pandemic. To learn more, click the video and watch or go to the Youtube channel! 
Jesuit traveled to the Boneyard to face off against the Wildcats of Lake Highlands. Sadly, the Rangers were handed their first district loss by the Wildcats. The Jesuit Rangers fell 17-0 early in the second quarter, which caused us to go away from our dominant run game. Then, we got back into the match with 1:13 left in the...
The Roundup hosted a mock student election for this year's presidential campaign on Monday, November 2nd. Even though Kanye was not on the ballot, the students showed up for their civic duties to vote, as some seniors could vote twice: once in the mock election and once in the real election. Here were the results: Results Total Votes: 475 votes Trump/Pence:...
According to Take Care of Texas, Texas will run out of landfill space within the lifetime of current Jesuit students. Due to this looming crisis, recycling waste is extremely crucial. High schools especially, producing tons and tons of paper product waste, ranging from old tests and quizzes to notebook paper. Currently, Jesuit lacks a program to recycle its paper...
Robotics is defined as the art of building mechanized machines that can do anything. In Jesuit Robotics, there are two teams, the FRC for the First Robotics Division and the FTC for the First Tech Competition. Members will often participate in both teams as they are very related, using the same materials and concepts. FTC Right Now Currently, the FTC's challenge,...
At a competitive private school like Jesuit, academics are essentially everything. It's a place that is designed to instill its students with principles that guide the next generation of leaders into performing at a high-level. With academics like no other, you wouldn't be surprised to see a Jesuit student recognized for his educational achievements. Jesuit changed things up a little...
In Texas high school football, district is when games to start to matter more, and the Rangers took that to heart on Friday. The Rangers dominated in their first game of district as they won 55-34. And this score does not fully demonstrate the demolition of the Mustangs led by senior playmakers at their skill positions. 1st Half The game started...
What is investment banking? According to investopedia.com, an investment banker is “an individual who often works as part of a financial institution and is primarily concerned with raising capital for corporations, governments, or other entities." For years, Jesuit sends hundreds of students to college with hopes of making it to Wall Street. Despite so many young men pursuing a...

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